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SlashNext

SlashNext's SaaS-based Integrated Cloud Messaging Security stops the threats that matter in email, web, and mobile with patented two phase AI detection that analyzes billions of link-based URLs, attachments and natural language messages to detect BEC, smishing, account takeovers, scams malware, exploits and other zero-hour phishing attacks in M365, Zoom, SMS, LinkedIn, WhatsApp and more. SlashNext Complete™ security platform delivers 99.9% accuracy to stop threats in real-time to protect your organization from data theft and financial fraud breaches today.

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Latest Content From SlashNext

Whitepaper: Microsoft 365 and Integrated Cloud Email Security: Transitioning from a SEG to ICES

by SlashNextNov 09, 2022

Due to the demands of the modern workforce, there has been an exponential shift in the use of native cloud email protection capabilities, like Microsoft 365, in the last 12 months. This has led to an increase in the adoption of Integrated Cloud Email Security (ICES) solutions in place of Secure Email Gateways (SEG).

The best way to ensure your email security solution will meet the demands of the modern workforce is to have protection that meets the demands of the new threat landscape, including:

  • Full Defense in Depth approach to email security by supplementing Microsoft Defender for Office 365 (E5) with Integrated Cloud Email Security (ICES)
  • Use of advanced detection techniques such as computer vision machine learning against advanced phishing threats and other highly targeted threats
  • Delivers best-in-class zero-hour phishing protection to protect your Microsoft 365 cloud users
  • Automate the response of suspicious emails using SIEM/SOAR integration to reduce overburdened IT security teams
  • Multi-channel protection for threats in Email, SMS, Microsoft 365, LinkedIn, WhatsApp, Zoom, Box, and other messaging channels.


Research Report: State of Phishing 2022

by SlashNextNov 09, 2022

In 2022, cybercriminals are moving with speed and at scale. With billions of dollars, company reputations, and proprietary data at risk, understanding the current state of phishing is vital for all organizations.

In this report, you'll learn:

  • Big trends in 2022, and what this likely means for the future
  • Mobile and other personal communication channel threats
  • Email trends with Microsoft and ICES
  • Threats menacing trusted services and the top 10 services hackers use for attacks


Research Report: The Human Hacking Report

by SlashNextNov 09, 2022

51% of today's threats are credential stealing — the gateway to ransomware attacks. Humans don't stand a chance against sophisticated, targeted phishing attacks coming at them from all digital channels. By moving completely to the cloud, apps and browsers are all humans need to communicate with work, family, and friends. We can be lured into providing credentials or installing malicious apps that undermine the most sophisticated defenses. Hackers are launching more sophisticated attacks, because personal targeting, automation, and the availability of free legitimate domains have increased the speed and success of their attacks.

In this report, you'll learn:

  • SlashNext Threat Labs' key data findings on the phishing threat landscape
  • Why human hacking has moved to unprotected communications channels like SMS/text, web, social, gaming, collaboration, and search apps
  • How security leaders can take proactive measures to improve their security posture
  • How the future of anti-phishing lies in stopping human hacking with AI and machine learning


Infographic: The Threat Landscape is Evolving to Multi-Channel Attacks

by SlashNextNov 09, 2022

The phishing landscape continues to expand, and cybercriminals are becoming more calculated in their attacks, using automation and AI techniques. How people work today has increased users' exposure to cyberattacks, adding to the threats organizations already face. The bad guys know most email has at least some protections in place, and have therefore been turning their attention to alternative forms of messaging including texting, Slack, WhatsApp and more. This infographic provides a snapshot of the issues facing organizations today.